Just days after sparking controversy with comments about pregnancy over the age of 35, singer Carrie Underwood has announced she is expecting a second child. Baby number two will join Carrie and hubby Mike Fisher's 2-year-old son, Isaiah.
The Cry Pretty Tour 360 will stop in Kentucky at the KFC Yum! "I have a lot of news to share with you guys", she said in the clip. "We will see you on the road in 2019!"
According to a release, Underwood's new album, Cry Pretty, will be released September 14.
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Underwood, who is 35 years old, recently came under fire for her comments in an interview with Redbook, where she talked about "missing" her chance to have several kids because of her age.
On her Instagram post on Wednesday, Underwood expressed that her family was "over the moon" about expanding their family.
Congratulations to Carrie and Mike.
Underwood suffered a fall at her home in Nashville, Tennessee, that required her to undergo surgery for a broken wrist and more than 40 stitches on her face.
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Under her tour schedule, she will perform on June 13 in the Giant Center in Hershey. "Why always bash and attack someone just bc you dont like what they say".
Tickets go on sale on August 17 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.
"I love performing in the round", Underwood said in a press release.
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